Attorney General Morrisey Urges Tech Companies to Protect Privacy in Contact Tracing Apps

 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey joined a group of 39 attorneys general in asking two tech companies to protect consumers’ personal information when COVID-19 contact tracing and exposure notification apps are in use.

   The bipartisan coalition asked tech . . .

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